Besides the offensive line, who makes a quarterback look good?
The wide receiver.
Every team can boast they have at least one dependable pass catcher (well, almost), and having at least that one can mean the difference between a first down or a sack. Every passing game needs a go-to guy.
What every go-to guy would like to have is a complementary partner in crime or two. Some you expect to produce (Chad Ochocinco), and some just cannot cut the mustard.
And then of course, are your eye-opening break out performers. It could be the rookie breaking his first camp, or the role playing third or fourth option that finally gets his act together on the field.
Every year, there are a handful that fulfill that breakout role, and these five are primed to make secondaries look silly this season.